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“Hey, let me see your pictures! Do you have the SeaWorld app?” (Via Fox 13 / Kuadiel Gomez)

She’ll have a bag of dry rice for lunch, please.

A SeaWorld Orlando visitor who got a little too close to the edge of a dolphin holding tank had her iPad pulled out of her hands and into the water, and a video shows the entire ordeal.

According to a report on the Fox 13 website out of Orlando, the weekend video was shot by Kuadiel Gomez, a season pass holder from Wesley Chapel, Fla.

“That dolphin just lunged and reached the lady, which was unbelievable,” Gomez told the station.

The woman was able to snatch the iPad, clad in a pink protective cover, back from the dolphin. And as she walked off, Gomez says to someone else, “I got that on video.”

The dolphin, and others in the SeaWorld enclosure, flipped around and splashed as more people could be seen moving to the edge of the tank with devices in hand.

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